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We’ve left our footprint – a new, ruby-red Adidas Gazelle footprint, to be exact – on a new Overall Murals wall in the trendy West Hollywood/Fairfax neighborhood of Los Angeles. We’re immensely excited about the space, 3 large faces of a building on Clinton and Fairfax Ave. just blocks from beloved French restaurant ADKT LA and a hip, hop, skip, and jump (best done in a pair of Gazelles) from the famed Banana Bungalow Hotel in West Hollywood.
This is a brand-new wall for us, and we’re excited about its size, busy location, and 90-degree corners, which gives motorists and pedestrians going both directions on Fairfax (N & S) a full view of our work and a feeling of “three-dimensionality.” The legendary Adidas logo, stamped on the back of every Gazelle, is big and bright on both sides of the wall.
Notorious Overall Murals walldog Marcine Franckowiak led six of our painters and created a high-impact, hand-painted wallscape for Adidas so photorealistic, it’s as if you could reach out and feel the soft suede of each sneaker, press your fingers into its rubber sole.
Originals may have started as trainers, however the shoe is still going strong after a 70+ year run: lightweight and built with a classic suede upper and gum sole, it’s comfortable everywhere from art galleries to recording studios, runways to skate parks and surf shops. It's a lot like the Overall Murals team.